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talent trends quarterly: the COVID-19 surveillance report.

lack of digital skills may slow business recovery

Months into the global COVID-19 pandemic, employers everywhere continue to be deeply affected by the crisis. With so much uncertainty ahead, organizations need to stay agile to thrive in the new normal.

Even while talent continues to work from home and businesses seek out more effective ways of operating virtually, only 46% of human capital leaders are confident that they possess the talent and resources to accelerate their digital journey over the next 12 months.

Will a lack of digital skills slow your business recovery?



Get your copy of the Q4 2020 issue of Talent Trends Quarterly, “The COVID-19 surveillance report,” for insights on what steps companies should take to achieve recovery and growth.


You’ll learn:

  • what technologies organizations have adopted and plan to keep to drive new ways of working
  • how different regions are adapting to remote and virtual work environments
  • how employers are attending to the needs of their talent to protect and reinvent their employer brands
  • what human capital leaders say about communications and talent analytics and their importance during challenging times

Get the insights you need to steer your business through the uncertainty ahead. Request your report now.


about our research:
An addendum to our annual Talent Trends research, the COVID-19 surveillance survey took place in Q3 of 2020 and was conducted by a third party on behalf of Randstad Sourceright. The research surveyed nearly 200 C-suite and human capital leaders across 17 markets to find out how companies and leaders are adapting to the pandemic at work.

download the report now.